Lord Parkinson attended the Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival and visited the Harrogate 1571 soundscape during his visit to the town.
Arts minister Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay visited Harrogate to attend the town's literary festival and discuss the future of the arts. Lord Parkinson met Fiona Movley and Sharon Canavar, chair and chief executive of Harrogate International Festivals, and attended...
Ripon’s annual poetry festival – now the largest of its kind in Yorkshire – welcomed Poet Laureate Simon Armitage on Saturday night. He talks to us about his work — and his Ripon connection.
Miriam Margolyes, who will be appearing at the Royal Hall next weekend, speaks to the Stray Ferret about starring in Harry Potter and her new book — and gives her verdict on Harrogate.
The 140-member choir will make its return at Ripon Cathedral on November 13 with a performance remembering those lost to covid.
The premises on Allhallowgate, owned by Ripon Amateur Operatic Society were refurbished during lockdown, thanks to fundraising by volunteers and a £54,339 grant from the government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund.
They are among those due to appear at Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival live event, which is being held at Harrogate’s Crown Hotel from October 21 until October 24.
The South Korean film Parasite will be the first of 15 critically acclaimed and diverse films screened at the Odeon. The society shows from around the world, many of which are rarely shown in the UK.
It was held up because of a delay in the supply of specialist glass, but St Wilfrid’s Catholic Church in Ripon is open again and sparkling.
Although the government lifted all coronavirus restrictions earlier this month, the 11-day Gilbert and Sullivan Festival from August 8 will be limited to 55% of the venue’s 950 seat capacity. Billy Ocean, Jools Holland, and Jimmy Carr are also lined up to appear at the venue.
Ian Taylor, the managing director of Blue Sky, says the outdoor cinema company is not worried about losing its audience once restrictions are removed on July 19.
The follies at Studley Royal have a mysterious missing piece – a pyramid structure – which has provided the inspiration for contemporary art installations in the classic Georgian water garden and across the river Skell.
Carys Peedell, 17, will be treading the boards where the likes of Dame Helen Mirren, Daniel Craig and Orlando Bloom developed their acting talent.